Gresham

[Edgewater, Maryland] Gresham is a historic home near Edgewater, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. It is a large {frac|2|1|2}-story frame dwelling built by John Gresham II after 1686 on land owned by land-grant pioneer Captain Edward Selby. After the Selby heirs suffered financial setbacks, the plantation was owned briefly by the pirate Willia...
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Gresham

[Metra station] Gresham Station is built on an embankment between bridges over West 87th Street and Vincennes Avenue. Parking is mainly street-side, and there are parking lots on the corner of Vincennes Avenue and Halsted Street, and on Genoa Avenue between 88th and 87th Street. ==Bus connections== CTA ...
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Gresham

Gresham (gresh'um) , city (2000 pop. 90,205), Multnomah co., NW Oregon, mainly residential suburb E of Portland, near the Columbia River; founded 1852, inc. 1905. Construction materials and electronic equipment are manufactured; local agricultural products include nuts, berries, nursery plants, ...
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Gresham

[n] - English financier (1519-1579)
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